from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a card game
- v. To incline upward so as to appear at the surface.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A game at cards, resembling the modern faro, said to have been invented at Venice.
- adj. Inclined upward.
- n. The edge of a geological stratum at the surface of the ground; the outcrop.
- intransitive v. To incline upward so as to appear at the surface; to crop out.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A game of cards resembling faro, invented in Venice, and popular throughout Europe during the eighteenth century and the latter part of the seventeenth.
- n. In geology and mining, an outcrop.
- In geology and mining, outcropping.
- In geology and mining, to appear at the surface; crop out: said of the edges of strata.
- n. Same as basset-hound.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. smooth-haired breed of hound with short legs and long ears
- v. appear at the surface
In fact, I found out yesterday evening that my basset is smarter than allot of my buddies.
It's easier to watch if you just resign yourself to the sad fact that the basset is never going to win.
Noodles, who is a lemon colored basset which is unusual to see doing a lot of winning, won Best in Show at one of the Prairieland Classic shows last year.
Spock-ish measures when a brace of basset clarinetists, led by Michele Zukovsky, created sounds from another world.
ÂSpock-ish measures when a brace of basset clarinetists, led by Michele Zukovsky, created sounds from another world.
Dave buddy, I am going with the crowd on this one ... when your grandkids visit you they are going to ask why you have a basset hound/chow cross painted on your leg ... just breed her and enjoy the prodigy.
And three cheers for smart, dark, adventurous and unpredictable dramas in which middle-aged women are allowed to experiment with self-reinvention, to occasionally place their own needs above those of their families, to ignore their cuticles, to excel at some stuff, to fail at other stuff and – should push come to shove – to confide in sympathetic basset hounds.
"I'm living the dream," whispers Cathy Jamison Laura Linney to her neighbour's basset hound.
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